What We Do
A network of services including Madge Phillips Center Shelter, Centralized Intake, Coordinated Entry, Rapid Re-Housing, and Homeless Prevention which provide solutions to homelessness and finding affordable housing
Domestic Violence Victim Services
Empowering victims and survivors of domestic violence through advocacy, safety planning, information, support groups, and a 24/7 Resource & Support Line and educating the community about domestic and dating violence
KidsPoint Child Care Program
Providing high-quality education to over 500 children, ages 5 weeks through 12 years old, and offering a Family Support Program for families with needs, such as financial assistance, outside of the scope of the classroom
Advocating for individuals who have lost a family member or friend to homicide or vehicular homicide and supporting those impacted by violent felony crime, such as kidnapping, robbery, and attempted murder, The Survivors’ Program is here to help.
Domestic Violence Victim Services Program Impact
victims/survivors of domestic violence received advocacy, safety planning, counseling, and support.
of victims/survivors reported feeling safer after working with a Waypoint Victim Advocate.
phone calls were answered through the 24/7 Resource & Support Line.
housing & homeless
Housing & Homeless Services Impact
of clients served through Madge Phillips Center Shelter, Rapid Re-Housing, and Homeless Prevention programs exited to permanent housing.
women and families with children were provided with emergency shelter.
individuals experiencing a housing crisis were supported through Rapid Re-Housing and Homeless Prevention programs.
meals were served at the Madge Phillips Center Shelter.
Child Care Program
KidsPoint Child Care Program Impact
of children who exited a KidsPoint Learning Center & Preschool were developmentally on track for kindergarten.
of school age youth enrolled at KidsPoint reported having a positive sense of self and a positive relationship with an adult outside of their family.